"Students from Bromley Primary School posing with "Humphrey" the model skeleton and Red Cross Society tutor Nurse Mrs Anne Slaughter. The children are participating in a Red Cross community education...
View of Eastern Christchurch and Avon-Heathcote estuary with Mount Pleasant.
Portraits of Arthur Thomson, former owner of a roadside sawmill in Bromley which is closing down due to Arthur's retirement.
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My mothers brother Owen Sutton was killed in a traffic accident in Christchurch during World War II. He was just about to be sent for training in Canada, as Air Crew. He had been married about a year...
Aerial view looking across residential areas along Cashel, Hereford, Worcester and Gloucester streets in Linwood towards Eastgate Mall and on to Bromley, the estuary and Southshore.
Aerial view of the Estuary looking over Bromley the Avon River, New Brighton and Southshore across the Estuary to Mount Pleasant, Redcliffs and to the Port Hills.
Exterior of a newly built residential house with a vacant shop attached at 3 Kidbrooke Street on the corner with Linwood Avenue in Bromley.
View from the hill at Clifton of Moncks Bay with the tip of Southshore to the right and edge of Redcliffs to the left. The view continues across to Bromley and to the Southern Alps.
View of a rubbish truck unloading at the dump in Bromley near the Estuary, surrounded by seagulls.
Close-up of Albion's catcher Tania Rhind and the umpire Daph Tesoriero during the women's softball championships, Rhind Albion versus Falcons, at Cuthberts Green, Bromley.
Earthquake damage on Dyers Road.
Earthquake damaged building on Ruru Road.
Repair work on earthquake damaged Dyers Road.
Cracks in Dyers Road, Bromley.
View along St Andrews Hill towards the Estuary and towards Bromley. In the foreground an auction of sections for sale is taking place, led by auctioneer Mr Denys Chapman. Crowds are sat along the bank...
Views of a plaster cat on the roof of a Bromley house.
The Mooar house at 10 Kuaka Crescent, Bromley, after it was damaged by fire.
Andrew Regald inserts a card into a roll of deer fence netting at the Cyclone factory in Bromley.
Betta Metal Products joint managing directors, Keith McIver and John Francis with products at their Maces Road factory.
Photos of St Bede’s College students clearing weeds at the Christchurch Drainage Board’s sewage ponds.
Views of Carl Pockson with his slot car collection at his home in Kawau Terrace in Bromley. Carl is attempting to break a world distance record for slot car racing.